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Cigarette lighter has no power. All fuses are good. Rear power outlet works OK. Where is the power interruption?

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    Power outlet and lighter doesn't work which fuse is it

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Open passenger door, right side fuse panel behind panel door on end of dash. Replace fuse marked C/LTR.

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If the fuses are indeed good, ck for power in the center of the lighter socket (use a test light) if it does have power, then you will need to confirm that it also has a ground, you can do this by using the wire of your test light on the metal ring on the outside of the lighter and touching the center of the ligher socket (be careful, if they touch it will blow your good fuse). If it has power on the first test, but not the other, then you have a bad ground and you will need to get the socket out and fint out why.

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  • sweet_pea_f7 Jul 31, 2011

    How do you get the socket out of the dash/trim? There is a white thing behind the cig lighter and we cant seem to get it apart, we are trying to replace the cig socket/well

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    not a earth problem tested with separate earths there is no power

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